Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Visiting our family and grandparents back East

We loved spending time with my family in Michigan and visiting Zack's grandparents in Ohio. We got to sit down with both my Grandma Delgrosso and Zacks Grandma and Grandpa Higbee, and learn about our heritage. How brave and courageous our ancestors were and how we loved hearing all of these stories from our grandparents. Makes you so proud to be who you are and makes you want to live up to your family name and the amazing people that they were! (Oh and now I updated my blog so now they have a place to add captions at the bottom of the picture, sorry to confuse anyone but now the captions for the pictures are at the bottom of each picture...haha sorry)
My 89 year old Grandma! 

My Aunt Laura and cousin Christina. Loved getting to know
them:) So sweet! 

At a baseball game.
Grandma Higbee at Lake Erie

Grandpa Higbee! 

They are amazing examples to us. They are serving a mission in
Kirtland, Ohio and we loved getting personalized tours
and learning all about what a wonderful place Kirtland is!

So grateful for our time that we got to spend with our families and we can't wait to share all those wonderful stories with our kids:)


Zack Wilson said...

I love my wife! :)

Stephanie said...

I was so excited when I found your blog!! :) You're such an adorable pregnant lady. Hope you're both doing well!

mary said...

So glad you could go and have this wonderful experience!! :)

Heather said...

I've been meaning to comment on your blog! What fun trips you guys have been able to do!! You are looking so cute. I don't see your name on the contributor part anymore on my blog. It was nothing you did...I just accidently added you as a contributor instead of a reader. I do it accidently all the time!

Leisa said...

I am so happy that you were able to have such a wonderful experience. I know it meant the world to Grandma and Grandpa. They think you two are shining examples of love and joy and gentleness. Thank you for being so wonderful. I love you so much!

Love, Mom